How does one begin to divide the thin line between right and wrong or good and evil? Such a question may be considered an act of utter futility, as there can be no stable line between the winners and the losers n'or the good and the evil, as such a line must be drawn by one's specific morality. Mark Antony and Marcus Brutus of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar helped to prefectly illustrate how at times
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error and it is possible that God does not exist, so why not live every moment not as if it were your last, but with passion and happiness. "Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once. (Act 2, Scene 2, lines 32-33) Antony listened only to his passion, and the result was the birth of a tiny piece of heaven in a man's mind where the only judge is himself.